FREE REPORT For Rothbarts Foot Awareness Week 2010!
August 8 to 14, 2010 is Rothbarts Foot Awareness Week, dedicated to bringing attention to the pioneering work of Dr. Brian A. Rothbart, who first identified the abnormal foot structure that bears his name.
If you suffer from chronic pain, if you've gone from doctor to doctor collecting diagnosis after diagnosis, yet no treatment or therapy... [Read more of this review]
Help For Chronic Pain Patients In Need Of Diagnosis
For many people, the most maddening part of chronic pain is trying to find someone that can tell you the actual reason. Finding the source of pain can be tricky. Ask any doctor. Better yet, ask anyone suffering from "chronic pain/cause unknown."
Millions of people wake up each day to pain and other symptoms from diseases and conditions that... [Read more of this review]
Adequate Health Care Is A MUST For All People Struggling With Chronic Pain And Disability!
If you're reading this chronic pain blog, it's likely chronic pain is a part of your life. You or your spouse or your child or your sibling struggle with it, and you're looking for help.
You're not alone. Millions of people need help. And millions are being denied help because they have the misfortune to be without adequate insurance... [Read more of this review]
Phony Chronic Pain Advice–The Reason You Should Research Everything You Read Before You Act On It
My pharmacy has a wire rack near the front door that's always stocked with free local magazines. Many of them relate to health and wellness. I recently picked up a new one that announced, in it's premier issue, it's goal of being "your most trusted resource for information on living a healthy life."
Inside, I found an article... [Read more of this review]
Mad Scientist…or BAD Scientist? Pain Drug Researcher Accused Of Fabricating Favorable Research
The next time a much-touted drug doesn't work for you, you may want to stop blaming yourself and think about the following.
In March of 2009, Doctor Scott S. Reuben, a prominent anesthesiologist and former chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Massachusetts, was accused of faking studies that were published in several anesthesiology... [Read more of this review]
When People In Pain Care And Share, They Help And Heal
Recently, I wrote about my purchase of some Vitamin B12 patches. It seems my internal "B12 receptors" have gone on strike, leaving me critically short of that important vitamin.
My doctor recommended weekly injections. I stalled him by trying an 8-week course of a brand new product, transdermal B12 patches. I thought using them... [Read more of this review]
Pain Health News Joins The Pain Carnival
What? You didn't know there was a carnival just for pain patients? Sure! The clowns all run around throwing Codeine cream pies at each other and the cotton candy is sprinkled with Motrin.
All right, I admit I made most of that up, but the title is true. Pain Health News really is included in the March Pain Carnival at the "How To Cope... [Read more of this review]
If A Paralyzed Man Can Walk, Chronic Pain Patients Can Heal
A story appeared in the news the week of March 20th, 2009, that left me speechless. At the age of 21, David Blancarte of California was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident.
Fast-forward more than 20 years. It's 2007. Blancarte, now 48, is bitten by a brown recluse spider. Knowing the spider's bite is deadly poisonous, Blancarte's family... [Read more of this review]
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Your Attitude Is Your Best Pain Management Tool
I I overcame disabling chronic pain and returned to full-time work, but that doesn’t mean I’m pain free. Especially when the temperature drops.
Over the last 2 days, with much of North America caught in the icy grip of a major winter storm, even Florida has felt the brunt of those cold northern winds. Our temperatures have dropped into the... [Read more of this review]
Pain Relief Is In The Clouds
Finding relief from pain can be difficult and expensive, but did you know one of the most effective ways to manage pain is free…and it's right over your head?
It's watching clouds!
That's right. Simply watching the clouds drifting by is an excellent way to reduce your pain or relieve it altogether.
Cloud watching has a naturally... [Read more of this review]
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